I've got a multi-module project in which I've recently added yet another module. I've committed the new module to my svn repository. When I check out a clean copy of my project, I end up with project-level .ipr/.iws files that does not include my new module.
Checking the directory structure using the shell (I'm running on Mac OS X Tiger with all available patches applied), I see that the new module was checked out with the other modules so I imported the new module into the project using the "Project Structure" screen. I then tried to commit my project and IDEA tells me that no files have changed.
Running "svn status -u" from the command line in the very top level "project" directory yields the following output:
M 44 LoaPost.iws
M 44 LoaPost.ipr
Status against revision: 44
The bottom line appears to be that svn knows that the project level .iws and .ipr files have changed but IDEA (or possibly the svn plugin within IDEA) does not know that these files have changed.
I suppose that I could commit the .iws and .ipr files using svn from the command line but I would sure rather have IDEA properly track changes to these files.
Any idea what is wrong?